2007 NCAA Men's Tournament - Scott's 2007 Family & Friends
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Noah leads Gators over Ducks (3/25/2007 8:10:27 PM PST)
Billy Donavan's Gators are one step closer to the repeat.
Lee Humphrey leads Gator scoring with seven three's and 23 points.
Gators shut down Tajuan Porter on 2-12 shooting.
Seattle's Aaron Brooks led all scorers with 27 points.
Georgetown is back to Final Four (3/25/2007 7:59:36 PM PST)
Down by 10 with six minutes to go, the Hoyas pull it out.
Jeff Green leads all five Hoya starters in double figures.
Mr. fashion Pat Ewing Sr. enjoing the Hoyas success.
Tar Heels T. Hansbrough leads all players with 26 points.
Buckeyes Oden shows up big against Memphis (3/24/2007 8:38:55 PM PST)
Big boy Greg Oden tallies 17 points and 9 boards
Senior Ron Lewis leads OSU again with 22.
Frosh Mike Conley Jr. shows poise at the point.
The Tigers Jeremy Hunt drops 26 for Memphis.
Bruins make record 17th trip to Final Four (3/24/2007 7:46:59 PM PST)
Junior guard Arron Aflallo led the Bruins with 25 points.
Point guard Darren Collison added 14 more points.
Brandon Rush led the Jayhawks with 18.
Seattles's CJ Giles was in Corvallis watching on TV.
Butler back to the Sweet 16 (3/17/2007 2:54:39 PM PST)
The mid-major Bulldogs hang on for the 62-59 win over Maryland.
A.J. Graves led Butler with 19 points.
D.J. Strawberry and the Terps headed back to College Park.
Musketeers late collapse allows Buckeyes to move on (3/17/2007 2:30:54 PM PST)
Thad Matta's Ohio State trailed 61-52 with three minutes left.
Ron Lewis hit a deep three with seconds left to force OT.
Freshman Mike Conley Jr. then took over with 11 points in OT.
Justin Cage led the Musketeers with 25 points.
#11 seed Winthrop takes down the Irish (3/16/2007 9:37:23 PM PST)
New Zealands Craig Bradshaw leads way with 24 points.
The little school from Rock Hill, S.C. gets 1st tourney win.
Notre Dame came back from 20 down but couldn't hold on.
Coach Marshall's 9 years of hard work at Winthrop finally pays off.
Tennessee throttles Long Beach State 121-86 (3/16/2007 9:21:26 PM PST)
Chris Lofton led the way with 25 points.
The Volunteers tie record for most points in first round game.
Loyola Maramount holds tourney record of 149 points in 1990.
The 49er bench watches the offensive fireworks of Tennessee.
VCU takes down #6 seed Duke (3/15/2007 7:02:59 PM PST)
Eric Maynor hit a 15 footer with 1.8 seconds left for the win.
Dukes string of 9 straight sweet 16's comes to an end!
Paulus and McRoberts led Duke with 25 and 22 respectively.
Cougs from WSU get first tourney win in 24 years (3/15/2007 3:33:04 PM PST)
Tony Bennetts Cougars advance for first time since 1983
Kyle Weavers steal and dunk before halftime turned the tide.
Ivory Clark led the way with 19 points, Rochestie adds 15
Cougars shut down Oral Roberts and their star Caleb Green
Cards of Louisville destroy Cards of Stanford (3/15/2007 3:06:46 PM PST)
It was never a game. Rick Pitino enjoyed his return to Rupp Arena.
Louisville stormed to a 41-13 lead that left the Lopez brothers stunned.
Seattle stars Terrence Williams and Mitch Johnson both went scoreless.
Edgar Sosa and David Padgett led the way with 16 each.